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hi
i registered today, posted one question(see below), u gave answer( see below) And closed the topic.
what i have to do next?
pl. inform me?
can i get answer here or some where else?
Q)
hi all,
i am new to J2ee , i know how to run Examples in WEBLOGIC SERVER 7.0, using example server, now i would like to run my own example(MySevlet.java),
1) where to write (ide)?
2) where to complile?
3) where to place(directory...)?
4) writting xml file? and placing it?
5) setting class path?
all the information required to run a Servlet
ANS)
We have a special forum all about weblogic and its use. I suspect you will get a much more detailled answer there, so I've moved this post for you.
 
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The topic was not closed for good. The topic was moved, which automatically closes the original thread. You can find your thread moved to the following link:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/66942/BEA-Weblogic/placing-servlets-weblogic-server
This is where the discussion can continue. This will happen when you post a question that is more relevent in another Forum. This will increase your chances of recieving a response.
 
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